Hosted By: Natasha Jones and Will Clements
Join Natasha Jones and Will Clements as they interview the changemakers of the Capilano community.
Episode 5 – Susan Gerofsky
Susan Gerofsky brings experience in a number of fields to bear in an innovative and interdisciplinary approach to mathematics education and curriculum theory. Her research is in embodied, multi sensory, multimodal mathematics education through the arts, movement, gesture and voice. She also works in environmental garden-based education, the language and genres of mathematics education, and media theory. She currently teaches several education courses at UBC.
Links to Susan’s research: Click here!
Episode 4 – Jodi Proznick
Will sits down with Jodi Proznick for Coffee at Old Crow in New West, to discuss her new album, becoming an educator, finding balance and learning to navigate our lives. Jodi is a Juno nominated jazz bassist, and educator at Kwantlen Polytechnic University.
Check out Jodi’s new album ‘Sun Song’s: Click Here!
Episode 3 – Yats Pallat
Will sits down with Yatz Pallat, VP Student Life for the CSU. In his second year, he has been the force behind ‘Captivate’ and dives deep into why these events are necessary for student life at Capilano.
To get more involved with the CSU click here.
Episode 2 – Meghan Gilhespy
This week, Will sits down with Meghan Gilhespy to tell us about her experiences working towards a doctorate in jazz studies, as well as the several initiatives empowering young women in music.
Check out Meghan’s New Album here: Vive Le Tour
Episode 1 – Mati Cormier and Aidan Goheen
This week, Mati Cormier and Aidan Goheen dive into what it takes to make their own DIY concerts and gigs for the youth of the lower mainland.
Mati Cormier’s CUSHY launch event can be found here: Click Here!
Aidan Goheen’s ‘Cream of the Cap’ event can be found here: Click Here!